Free Woodworking Plans - Birdhouses

  •  Address Plaque Birdhouse
    At the link you can follow along and build your own birdhouse address plaque.
  •  Birdhouse Windchime
    Add a little whimsey to your backyard after you build this birdhouse wind chime, here is how...
  •  Birdhouse, Bluebird (Western)
    Mount bluebird houses 3 - 6 feet high on a post in woodland clearings, shelter belt edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
  •  Birdhouse, Flicker
    The Flicker Birdhouse Plans (same as for Lewis Woodpecker, Saw-Whet Owl, Pigmy Owl and Grackle) has a 7 inches by 7 inches floor, 16 inches inside ceiling, 2 1/2 inches diameter entrance hole located 14 inches above the floor and ventilation openings.
  •  Birdhouse, Grackle (Common)
    The best thing about the Grackle Nestbox is that you will probably find something besides a Grackle in it. It is the same nestbox as for Saw-whet Owl, Pygmy Owl, Lewis Woodpecker, and Flicker. You may also find kestrels, flycatchers and various other owls and woodpeckers using this nest box.
  •  Birdhouse, Bufflehead
    Mount at least 10 feet, higher if possible, on a tree trunk, (6 to 8 feet if on a post above water), in forest bottomlands within 100 feet of a river or a pond. Place some wood chips on the floor. Kestrels, Screech owls and Squirrels may use this box.
  •  General Store Birdhouse
    This General Store birdhouse was made from a single 1 x 4 inch cedar fence board. Build one with these free woodworking plans.
  •  Green Roof Birdhouse
    This birdhouse will take just a short time to build and your feathered friends will enjoy a cool place to land.
  •  Whimsical Birdhouse
    Build a whimsical birdhouse with these free instructions as well as a downloadable pattern.
  •  Birdhouse, Wood Duck (PDF)
    Although duckling production from nest boxes represents only a small percentage of that produced from natural cavities, wood duck boxes provide an excellent opportunity for anyone to become involved in wildlife management. By building, installing and maintaining nest boxes, individuals can gain insight into the interesting aspects of wood duck nesting and reproduction, while helping to boost local populations.
  • More Free Woodworking Projects - Birdhouses

  •  Birdhouse, Chickadee House
    I drew up a quick plan (too quick: I forgot to adjust the floor size down, so had to do some extra cutting) for a chickadee house, after which I checked the lumber room at the Woodcraft store in Parkersburg for good wood.
  •  Birdhouse, Teapot
    In the spring it is time to start thinking about those little birdies. They are going to be looking for a nice place to set up house and we think this one is pretty neat.
  •  Birdhouse ornament, Turning a
    While I am working on the ornament tutorial I will leave this image. The acorn cap is textured with a small round rotary burr.
  •  Birdhouses, Folk Art
    Use recycled materials and scraps to create folk-art birdhouses.
  •  Birdhouses, Rolling Pin
    Who would have guessed these decorative birdhouses once resided in the kitchen drawer?
  •  Birdhouse, Robin
    This free woodworking plans and woodworkers projects page is courtesy of the WOOD Magazine web site.
  •  Birdhouse, Wren
    This free woodworking plans and woodworkers projects page is courtesy of the WOOD Magazine web site.
  •  Birdhouse, Carolina Wren
    Carolina Wren Birdhouse Plans include a 4 inches by 4 inches floor, 8 inches inside ceiling, 1 1/2 inches diameter entrance hole located 6 inches above the floor, ventilation openings, hinged roof secured with shutter hooks and is assembled with screws fit to pre-drilled pilot holes. Other wrens, chickadees, titmice, nuthatches and sparrows may use this box.
  •  Birdhouse, Brown Headed Nuthatch
    The Brown-headed Nuthatch Brown-headed Nuthatch Birdhouse (same as for Pygmy Nuthatch) has a 4 inches by 4 inches floor, 9 inches inside ceiling, 1 1/8 inches diameter entrance hole located 7 inches above the floor, ventilation openings and hinged roof. Assembled with screws. Chickadees, titmice, and other nuthatches may use this box.
  •  Birdhouse, Chestnut-backed Chickadee
    The Chestnut-backed Chickadee nest box (same as for Nuthatches, Titmice, Downy Woodpecker and other Chickadees) has a 4 inches by 4 inches floor, 9 inches inside ceiling, 1 1/4 inches diameter entrance hole located 7 inches above the floor and ventilation openings. Assembled with corrosion resistant screws fit to pre-drilled countersunk pilot holes. Hinged roof is secured with shutter hooks for easy access.
  • Birdhouses Woodworking Plans for sale

  •  Birdhouse Welcome Sign Woodworking Plan
    Enjoy are largest Birdhouse Welcome greeter at your front door, in your garden, or just about anywhere. Has its own stand.
  •  Floral Birdhouse Welcome Sign Woodworking Plan
    Its on a stand, so you can place this Welcome just about anywhere! Plus, its a decorative birdhouse, too.
  •  Birdhouse Planter Or Feeder Woodworking Plan Set - 4 Designs included
    Draw in different types of birds with our Birdhouse Plants/Feeders. Largest is 19 inches high x 15-3/4 inches wide x 5-1/2 inches deep.
  •  Cheshire Cat and Cuties Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    Our slim summer birdhouse is sure to bring grins from ear-to-ear. You will smile with delight as you cut and paint this colorful 3-D design.
  •  Birdhouse Village Woodworking Plan
    Unique and wonderful birdhouses that anyone can make quickly. Largest is: 15 inches high x 9 inches wide x 9 inches deep. 2 designs!
  •  Seasonal Birdhouses Woodworking Plan
    Patriotic, St. Pattys, Easter, summer & Valentines day birdhouses. Largest is the rainbow birdhouse. 5 designs included!
  •  Rooster Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    Just like a real rooster, this one sits on a high perch so he can watch over his flock. This project is designed as a twin home with an entry hole on each side to accommodate two families of birds. If desired, the center divider can be omitted to make a single family home with a larger nesting cavity. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Finished project measures approximately 16 inches high. Order two each of item 19-8866 Yellow Eyes separately.
  •  Gnome Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    This whimsical gnome likes to make his home in the trees. Easy construction from 3/4 inch lumber with a 1-1/4 inch entrance hole, perfect for nuthatches, titmice and wrens. Enlarge the hole to 1-1/2 inches to attract tree swallows and warblers. Has a cavity size of approximately 7-1/2 x 5-1/2 x 5 inches. All patterns are drawn FULL SIZE. Sold separately, we have a fun Gnomette Birdhouse, plan number 19-W3645.
  •  Raccoon Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    This raccoon birdhouse will provide a safe dwelling for birds to make their nests. Project features easy construction from 3/4 inch thick lumber. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Project measures with a 5 x 6 inch inside cavity. The plastic eyes and flush mount hanger hardware are sold separately.
  •  Pedestal Birdhouse Vintage Woodworking Plan
    This pedestal birdhouse is made from plywood, standard lumber, ready-made moldings and spindles. This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
  •  Post Mounted Wren Birdhouses Woodworking Crafts Pattern PDF
    Simply adjust the hole size and cavity or interior size for different species of birds. This is called a Wren House, but quite a few small birds will call it home. You may also mix and match siding materials. Resize to suit your needs. Beginner skill level.
  •  Bluebord Birdhouse Wood Crafts Pattern Downloadable PDF
    The sheeting material for the sides and roof may be shingles, felt paper, heavy siding underlayment, aluminum flashing, etc, They may be mixed and matched as you wish. There must be some leeway to allow variations in design. Resize to suit your needs. Beginner skill level.
  •  Birdhouses Woodworking Plan Set - 2 designs included!
    For your fireplace mantle or to hang on a wall, these birdhouses are fun and easy to build and paint. Give as gifts or sell at craft shows. Largest is 13 inches high x 9 inches wide x 6 inches deep.
  •  Meadowlark Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    Make this exclusive home for your feathered friends while adding a decorative touch to your yard or garden! Uniquely shaped birdhouse measures about 12 high x 19 inches long.
  •  Southwest Birdhouses Woodworking Plan
    Four unique and colorful birdhouses that will add a little Southwest flair to your yard or garden. Each design has a removable back for easy clean-out and is simple to make from our full-size pattern....
  •  Robin Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    Make this bright and colorful home for your feathered friends and add a decorative touch to your yard or garden at the same time. Uniquely shaped birdhouse measures about 12 wide x 19 inches deep.
  •  Baltimore Oriole Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    Make this bright and colorful home for your feathered friends and add a decorative touch to your yard or garden at the same time. Uniquely shaped birdhouse measures about 12 inches wide x 19 inches de...
  •  Old West Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    2 patterns, 1 price! Two unique projects straight from the ol west! This unique birdhouse and feeder would make a great addition to any yard. Full size pattern for both.
  •  Old Country Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    This homey-looking two story bird haven sure looks like an antique, but it sure is not! Build it from new materials and make it look old using the easy techniques on our full-size pattern. The width i...
  •  Outhouse Birdhouse Woodworking Plan
    Even birds need a place to go! All patterns drawn full size.
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